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Vulcan Riders Association Brings Mayhem to the Mitten

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There's mayhem in the mitten, and it's all thanks to some bikers from all over the world.

The Vulcan Riders Association has converged onto Cadillac for their 7th annual rally.

Some bikers have come from as far as Sweden to take part in the get together that takes place somewhere different each year.

This year, they are touring northern Michigan, riding to the Mackinaw Bridge, and along the lakeshore.

Besides taking in the northern Michigan scenery, riders say they are looking forward to spending time with together and trading motorcycle tips.

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